Mary Nash, MBA, lead consultant
I became a consultant to nonprofit organizations because I like working with programs that strengthen communities and forge productive collaborations. I bring an organized, thoughtful, and strategic perspective to the nonprofit world. Most of my work is in the area of education and workforce development.
Through my work in program development, evaluation, project management, and grant writing, I’ve raised more than $3 million and have implemented and evaluated some amazing programs. Helping community college students pursue STEM opportunities, exposing sixth graders to college campuses, introducing a laptop technology program in two public school districts, and developing a new training program to advance the skills of Certified Nursing Assistants are just a few of the educational projects I’ve had the pleasure of developing and seeing through implementation.
Please get in touch with me to discuss how I can help your program achieve its goals.
A few things to know about me:
Graduate of Boston University, Questrom School of Management, MBA in public/nonprofit management
Certificates in Evaluation Practice and Analytical Evaluation Methods (CEP, CAEP), The Evaluators’ Institute of Claremont Graduate University
Grant Professional Credential certification (GPC)
Former Executive Director of Berkshire County Regional Employment Board, Boston Area Health Education Center
Bachelor of Arts, English, Connecticut College
Married, two handsome sons, live in the mountains of Berkshire County, MA.